Mary Lou Caspers

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Why you’re going to love my class
You’ll see chemical principles in action, and the light bulb will come on. I won’t tell you exactly how to do it, but if you have to think it through for yourself, you’re going to remember it.
Great things for you at UDM
All faculty take undergrads with them to scientific conferences such as the Society for Neuroscience.  Students recently went with me to conferences in Washington, D.C. , Atlanta, and New Orleans.
“We want great things for you” means
Our doors are always open. It’s a nurturing faculty. Even if it’s not an office hour, you’re welcome to come in.
My favorite part about teaching you is
The personal attention I can give you. I don’t want to teach to a huge class and not know anybody. I like to meet you as a freshman and watch you mature into a senior.
You might like to know that I
Take a group of students backpacking in Shenandoah National Park in the springtime. It’s gorgeous, the wildflowers are all in bloom.
No other professor can say to you
I hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon—and then back out.  (It’s harder going down.)